A letter to MTV about some new programing ideas

Posted: September 21, 2010 in letters
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To Whom It May Concern; I’m writing this letter in regards to some ideas I have for new programming. Since no one could possibly want to watch  Music Television for Music Videos. I think anyone of  these shows will be giant successes.

  1. Jersey Clinic- This could be an excellent spinoff for your Jersey shore program, and you could basically use the same cast. After a hard night of fist pumping and ugly bumping I’m sure more than a few of these Guido’s have caught a case of the clap. Think of the ratings you’ll get from close up shots of Snookie getting vaginal warts frozen off, or Paulie D’s facial expression after he gets his cock flossed with a q-tip during a gonorrhea culture. It would bring a whole new meaning to “The Situation”
  2. The real “real” world- A show completely dedicated to following around a group of recent college graduates while they hunt for jobs. It’ll make for great Television when these kids realize thanks to 8 years of the Bush administration. That degree only qualifies them to work at Starbucks or the local Piggly Wiggly.
  3. Guess that celebrity dookie- In a society so celebrity obsessed I say it’s time we had a game show that allows contestants to show how well they really know a celebrity. Thanks to twitter and other social networking sites. We know just about everything about celebrities including thanks to the likes of porn star Bella Donna what they eat every day. So the premise of this show would be to get a bunch of celebrities to drop a fresh Steamer.  The contestants would guess which dookie belonged to which celeb, according to color, consistency, size, and diet. After following said celebs for a week on twitter, To see who reigns supreme as the ultimate celeb follower
  4. I’ll suck a hobo’s dick to be on a reality show- self explanatory.
  5. Actual Music Videos- I know this sounds crazy and unheard of but I think if MTV played actual music videos it would be ground breaking and pioneering.. I mean imagine a station that played nothing but Music videos 24/7 wouldn’t that be awesome?

I know #5 is a little crazy but I think  it could work. Sincerely, Edaurdo Jones


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